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  • KPMG replaces PwC as Croda auditor

    KPMG will take on audit responsibilities from 1 January 2018, with shareholders due to vote on the firm’s appointment in April next year at Croda’s Annual General Meeting The post KPMG replaces PwC as Croda auditor appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 19 October 2017

  • Andrew Jones MP, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury at the Adelphi

    By John Kavanagh, UK Public Affairs Manager On Thursday 12 October ACCA welcomed the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, Andrew Jones MP to the Adelphi for an international trade and investment discussion co-hosted with the Enterprise Forum. The event was well attended with representatives of 15 embassies and high commissions in attendance including from China, […]

    Date: 17 October 2017

  • Specialist VAT service provider joins MHA

    MHA Mtaxco has become the latest firm to join the invitation-only MHA Association of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers The post Specialist VAT service provider joins MHA appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 17 October 2017

  • RSM extends private client legal services with new appointment

    Sophie St. John has been appointed private client partner at RSM, with immediate effect The post RSM extends private client legal services with new appointment appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 16 October 2017

  • EY fined £1.8m over Tech Data audit

    The firm admitted misconduct in three areas in relation to the audit of the financial statements of Tech Data Limited for financial year ending 31 January 2012 The post EY fined £1.8m over Tech Data audit appeared first on Accountancy Age.

    Date: 16 October 2017

  • Stepping up from F6 (UK) to P6 (UK)

    The aim of P6 (UK) is to ensure that candidates can provide individuals and businesses with the information and advice they require regarding the impact that the major UK taxes may have on their financial decisions and situations. P6 (UK) is directly underpinned by F6 (UK). Knowledge and understanding of the technical content of F6 (UK) is, therefore, vital if candidates are to be successful at P6 (UK).

    Date: 16 October 2017

  • Improving your performance in P6 (UK) Part 5 - The importance of question practice

    This podcast is relevant for all candidates preparing to sit the P6 (UK) exam. It is one of a series of five short podcasts on exam technique. The more questions you practise, the more confident you will be that you have an approach that works for you and the better you will perform in the exam. You will also become more familiar with the way in which information is presented in exam-standard questions and the sort of tasks you will be expected to perform.

    Date: 16 October 2017

  • Improving your performance in P6 (UK) Part 4 - Time management

    This podcast is relevant for all candidates preparing to sit the P6 (UK) exam. It is one of a series of five short podcasts on exam technique. Time is your most precious resource in the exam. There is enough of it provided you use it efficiently and do not waste it.

    Date: 16 October 2017

  • Improving your performance in P6 (UK) Part 3 - The importance of thinking

    This podcast is relevant for all candidates preparing to sit the P6 (UK) exam. It is one of a series of five short podcasts on exam technique. When marking the P6 (UK) exam, it is quite clear that many candidates would benefit from spending more time thinking and less time writing.

    Date: 16 October 2017

  • Improving your performance in P6 (UK) Part 2 - Satisfying the requirements of a question

    This podcast is relevant for all candidates preparing to sit the P6 (UK) exam. It is one of a series of five short podcasts on exam technique. Marks are awarded in the exam for satisfying the requirements and not for other information. Accordingly, it is vital to identify the particular requirements and then address them in the correct amount of time.

    Date: 16 October 2017